Amaryllis Guest House
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... the view (already amazing) and enjoy life. When we made it to the top, we took pictures and chatted with a pair of cousins, one Scottish and one Australian. The view had everything... Water, land, buildings, the castle... It was just gorgeous. Finally, we hiked back down and walked down Meadowbrook Road for about 20 minutes to visit Sophie's great aunt on her father's side, Auntie Viva. This 87 year old badass has done a lot of living and was telling me ...
Woke up early and got breakfast at a servo before heading to Hadrians wall. We stopped at ...... but the lady told us housesteads roman fort was the best place to see a fort, so we went there. At.... we saw the longest preserved part of the wall which was really cool and very wide. Housesteads was cool, we saw a museum explaining the history of the Romans and why Hadrian decided to build a wall to mark the most northern ...
... This was a museum full of really cool inceptions and things that play with your brain. It was very interesting and I would definitely recommend it.
The sun started to set at 4.30pm! As we were getting hungry and it was dark we found a pub to have dinner. Julia and Mark had a traditional Scottish dish called Haggis. Haggis consists of Sheep's liver, heart and lungs stuffed inside the sheep's stomach lining. I ...
... stalls are great and my backpack begins to bulge. We have tickets to a play called 'My luxurious 50 square foot life', a funny but uncomfortable presentation of what it is like to be one of the many Hong Kong families who have to live in such incredibly cramped conditions. There are no seats in the hall, the action taking place in and amongst the audience, but once we conquer the initial self-consciousness that this engenders we are are very drawn in to the drama. It is the ...
... 8217;. I happened upon a busker, surrounded by a huge
crowd. His voice seemed familiar. It was ‘Passenger’, busking to support the
Big Issue and promote his new album!
The walk was led by Hannah, very passionate and
entertaining, taking the group into closes, wynds and courtyards and explaining the
history and little known facts (secrets) of the Royal Mile. The walk wandered
it’s way up the Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle, ...